Science Museum, Supported by ARM, Announce the Opening of the Information Age Gallery
Cambridge, UK, August 18, 2014 - The Science Museum, London, has announced the Information Age Gallery will open to the public on October 25th. ARM, the world's leading semiconductor IP company, and contributor to the artefacts found in the gallery, is proud to be the Principal Sponsor.
The Information Age: Six Networks That Changed Our World will explore the remarkable technological breakthroughs that have transformed how we communicate over the last 200 years.
- The first gallery in the UK dedicated to the history of information and communication technologies
- More than 800 unique objects from Science Museum collections, some that witnessed incredible moments in history
- The most ambitious Science Museum project in over ten years will transform the largest exhibition space in the Museum
For more information about the Information Age gallery, please click here.
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